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on at the debate is that the cleveland clinic is doing healthcare right. coming up this hour, we are speaking to a doctor at the cleveland clinic about his prime time shot up and more importantly what about what mitt romney has said about getting rid of the healthcare brand in the healthcare law that the president has pushed forward. he has some interesting points on that. such a successful company. one year ago warren buffett said i am buying this company outright. one year later we seek to the chairman, ceo in a fox business exclusive. an interview about a multibillion-dollar deal. what does he see on the business landscape? how does he feel about how the united states economy is coming through and how it is that gigantic chemical business did his first and only job -- he joined when he was a freshman in college in 1979. he has made his home here in cleveland. first, it is the last hour of trading. are we fumbling this rally? what happened? don implement rate fell to its lowest level since 2009. we are moderating here. in fact, we had the nasdaq and s&p suddenly turning negative good the ec
the healthcare law look success employ. weome to forbes on fox. we'll have elizabeth john and rick and vict toria and mark and rich. good to see you. emac, is it black mail? >> under the law. you will see half of the uninsured possibly going in through medicaid. the states administer medicaid and the deal with the federal government with the healthcare law, we will match a hundred percent of the cost. that will go down. if you don't do what we like we'll remove the federal fund the states, cops, fire men and teachers and transportation could get cut. >> mark, even supreme court roberts who liked the obama care and said it was not unconstitutional. but a state said who opts out stands to lose a small percentage of the medicaid funding but all of it. he said it is coercive . >> that is one justice's opinion and the fact is, it is a federal program . it was passed by congress and no cost to the state by three year after that only 90 percent it is not a state's rights issue. it is to reduce healthcare cost. it will pick up the bill for uninsured and uncompensated care. health health costs are startin
all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never misd a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. ♪ neil: welcome back, everybody. david axelrod talking to a throng of supporters, the president's campaign manager, probably saying mitt romney won the debate -- not. i'm with senator marco rubio, the fine state of florida, and you an interesting point that forget about who won or lost. this helps rejazz the base. you didn't use those terms, but those who might have had concerns, this was slipping away from the romney campaign, this release them of that? >> it's more than that. the base, the conservatives, the believers are frustrated with how long the president got away with things that are not true and not having the justify the record. tonight, for the figure time, they feel they stood up to him, pointed out what he did wrong, called him out on things not tr
onto gains all day. we have healthcare taking off as well. ten of the 52 healthcare related stocks in the s&p 500 got not only are doing well, they are hitting her and new highs today. initial claims rising. jobless claims rising to 367,000 last week. that is a number you want to see going down. talk about a comeback. after posting its biggest one-day percentage decline since 2011. oil. following the release of the minutes from the most recent federal reserve meeting. let's go to the inside of the scoop. let's get right to the floor show. we are talking to the traders at the new york stock exchange, cme and the imax. you pick it apart from the sectors and from all that is happening. what is the most important aspect of today's move? >> if you look at hr for the day, we opened high and we stayed high. what we have seen over the last couple sessions is the market seems like it wants to rally in and it loses steam toward the end of the day. if we continue to maintain these levels and we are trading at the highs right now, it will show a significant move in real momentum into the marke
elsewhere. personal exemptions and healthcare provision -- congress could presume economic growth from lower tax rates need more tax revenues to the treasury. economic growth means romney's plan works. >> it grows the economy so much. about 7.4% in the long run. over ten years. this revenue problem becomes much smaller. >> others like the tax policy center and the congressional budget office do not use overall economic growth as official ways to pay for lower tax rates. mcbride says it is somewhat ridiculous not to do so. there will be some growth from doing it. back to you. melissa: rich, that is so interesting that you got him to quantify the kind of growth we could see with that 7.4%. that is a part of the conversations that get really tough. >> a romney a point to a rise university study. half percentage point to gdp annually over the decade. melissa: great analysis. lori: finally some details did thank you so much. if a lot of people are craving the outcome of the debate last night. but check the markets with nicole petallides. nicole: i am taking a look at two names. first, let's take
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was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. lou: a lot of questions to be answered tonight talking with reince priebus obama lotus few differences rightama lotus few differences right away from the last debate. governor romney is taller than john mccain. actually 7 inches. mommy is 6-foot 2 inches tall senator mccain 517 inches and this time president obama is the shortest at 6-foot 1 inch and seven may be his lucky number he is also seven years younger than senator mccain but still 14 years older than obama first of all, street stocks closed with gains encouraging economic news dow jones industrial average of auto plants smb of five and nasdaq 15. adp better than expected 162,000 jobs this services sector at expanding the fastest europe and chin
health-care companies and others adopting it. ashley: what is the average cost of the buildings? >> hard to say. education costs different from medical facilities but the key thing is right now the traditional construction project only 20% of what gets put into the final building price point why is material. 40% is a risk and overhead. we want to reverse that equation. we are more like boeing. quality manufacturing and the attitude is if bowling can assemble a 737 in a matter of days why does it take 24 months to get health care clinic? ashley: how these structures come? i they and flat pack can you put it together? >> precisely. they're so important to us because that construction mean that is affordable to ship and we are not shipping boxes of air and we put panels up. imagine a high end building. it goes up quickly but we don't have to sacrifice on column free space for ceilings or daylight or air quality. it is that component approach that allows us to put something out that looks high end like it is the architecture. ashley: anyone else coming into the fold? >> largest health-care p
by an average of 6.3%. lori: just a comment on the sectors limit healthcare is one i like. they have been very resilient. lori: very good. thank you for your announcement. melissa: bad news for coffee drinkers out there. it appears j.m. smucker is running low. smokers said it is experiencing a tight supply of certain retail coffee canisters. the company and test the shortage will be resolved and will not impact the company's 2012 results. the shares are trading down $1.34. how does that happen? they ran out of the coffee cans speak. [ talking over each other ] lori: no problem. melissa: president obama giving romney credit? not exactly. the new campaign ad that has everyone talking. lou dobbs weighs in on that. lori: interesting move on the treasury market today. the tenth year yield it 1.75. a big move again. checking the 30 year. it is down by five basis points. we are back after this. ♪ [ male announcer ] let's say you need to take care of legal matters. wouldn't it be nice if there was an easier, less-expensive option than using a traditional lawyer? well, legalzoom came up with a better
to the dow jones industrial average. let's take a look at united healthcare how it is faring. up over half a percent right now. this on the same day that united health is going to buy most of a brazil company, health insurers and also hospital operators. 4.9 billion dollars deal. gives them 90% stake in this company. of course we've talked about such a challenging environment here in the u.s. and it cease the third deal that we've heard in the health insurers business. we also heard of aetna, buying controversy -- buy buy coventry health. there's really consolidation in this industry. let's take a look at dow s&p nasdaq. the dow is down about 35 points right now. the s&p 500 down just under 1/2%. the tech heavy nasdaq down 3/4 of 1%. dagen and connell? dagen: thank you very much nicole. here is the number most debate watchers have been waiting for. gallup shows that some historic results developed after americans watched last wednesday's presidential debalt. -- debate. 72% gave it to governor romney. only 20% of those who watched thought the president did a better job. romney's 52 point wi
for the middle class and he's against the big banks and that he is for healthcare for patients is inconsistent with everything he said during the republican debates and certainly afterward. so this was a new -- what mitt romney had done -- if he had done this on saturday night live with a straight face, everyone would have been laughing, and what he got away with because the president refused to pin him down. dagen: so he's the first politician ever to change tactics mid election? he's not the first politician to change strategy mid election. >> no, but the facts are the facts. if we're talking about jobs and the economy, the greatest thing about this campaign is that voters have no way to say this there's not a difference between the parties. i don't care what you say, romney and the president are in different directions for the country, that's with fiscal policy, domestic policy, with healthcare especially. it is abundantly clear, and i don't know why the president didn't explain why the 5 trillion dollars that's going to be loss and why the 2 trillion is expected. i don't know why as romney
the health care system spoke a language allts own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. ♪ lou: my next guest made his riding debut last week with an amazing new novel that offers, well, a withering, somewhat critical, and humorous view of life as a trader on wall street. joining me now, for internet executive, author of the new book. here it is. look at that. did you novelist and not, it's good to have you here. this book about life on wall street, i covered wall street for a very long time. i have to say, are it -- your account is revving. bond traders and the like, if you will on wall street. what was -- what drove you to this novel end to this particular venue? >> have always wanted to be a writer. i have written as a hobby for many years. this evolved into the real thing, but i chose wall street because i
there that are indicating that things might be as bad as forecast. a couple of the medical device makers in the healthcare sector, taking huge hits today. angiodynamics, down about 12% right now. it earned 5 cents in the same quarter last year. although its revenues were up and it made a big acquisition, but guys if i put the year to date chart, this is a stock that's down 26% so far this year. so it obviously showing it struggles with the -- its struggles with the slowing economy. another medical device maker, edward life sciences, its stock is up about 23% so far this year. it is taking a huge hit in today's session, down about 18% right now. it said that its third quarter sales are going to be weak. their heart valve sales in particular they said have been hurt by european us-- european austerity measures. they also said slower than expected growth in the united states hurt earnings there as well. coming up after the bell, alcoa and yum! brands, we will have a preview, same time next hour. connell dagen back to you. connell: keep it here on markets now talking about small business with big problems. da
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burdens which come out of the dodd frank legislation, which come out of the healthcare, and that might allow the economy to do better, so you get, you know, the equity market to respond a bit more positively, perhaps, and treasuries a bit more negatively. dagen: got you on that, chris. one last thing, though, we got that report, speaking of the economy, from adp earlier today, is there any reason for us and you to believe that job creation will pick up significantly in say the next six months? >> i don't think significantly, no. the adp report is nice. we like it because it gives us something to trade, but there's been very little correlation between adp data and non-farm payrolls. and frankly as we go from where we stand now into the end of the year, and the first part of next year, you know, we think the economy is going to be very sluggish as people sit back and wait to see how this fiscal cliff issue is dealt with by the new legislature and executive. dagen: pull the belts tight, that's all we can say. chris, thank you. good to see you as always. thanks for making sense of it all.
growth in terms of the health-care industry. the cleveland clinic doesn't add one building. they seem to add an additional block to their portfolio. with low gas prices that does affect what we do because a good portion of our business is selling power. liz: coal-fired plants. can you convert some of them? are you in the process of considering that? >> yes. we actually have 100 plants with twenty million megawatts of power. some of the plants can be converted up to probably 20% and doing the engineering studies now. a reasonable expense and with gas prices down around $3 it does -- the other factor is takes a lot of pressure on the coal suppliers. it is a tough economy for them. people are shutting power plants down. give the lot of leverage in terms of contracts. liz: operating in six states. new york, ohio, pennsylvania, new jersey, maryland. you withdrew 2013 earnings. >> we had too many things that were uncertain and we got to the point that the list was too long and we wanted to make certain we were comfortable when we went back to the market and not only comfortable but could ex
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night during the debate how many times the cleveland clinic was mentioned as a stand-up model for health-care. we have basking in the sunlight of that the cleveland clinic is a great example of doing it right and innovations so tomorrow all day from cleveland, as you leave the rock-and-roll hall of fame i got you a grateful dead mousetrap. >> i wasn't a big fan. anything jimmy hendrix oriented. that first -- dave: the reagan/carter debate in 1980 where he said there you go again. you know where that was? cleveland. great city. thank you very much. farmers on track for a record harvest despite this year's devastating drought. how will that impact the crops and the cost of your grocery bill? we will ask the commodity trader from his midwest family farm coming next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ how do you help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts..
obama. met romney has a 55% to 36% advantage among doctors according to the health-care staffing company jackson held. it is the survey that is not a formal poll. 15% say they voted for the president last time but this time they will vote for romney. joining us is dr. mark siegel. welcome to the program. why are they doing this? what is the problem with obamacare that makes doctors vote against obama? >> you have to have a lobotomy if your exposition and vote for president obama with all due respect. it is not about doctors being greedy. it is about doctors being able to stay in business. doctors in private practice saying i can't afford the increasing expenses. i can't afford to handle this new technology. i can't afford all this paperwork under obamacare that says this test is restricted and we don't agree with that test and independent medicare advisory boards, pronouncements that at the same time reimbursements being cut. i have been with a cardiologists the other day who said last year i was making $550 for an echo. this year i am making 2 a dollars for the same echo. if they cut yo
, nicole. corporate wellness programs having any success in cutting healthcare costs, the american heart association -- tracy: we will be right back. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. ♪ tracy: prices leveling off after hitting a 2012 hi. where does it had from here? sandra smith has the details. sandra: there is a lot of talk about old topping out at some of these levels. retesting some of the highs we have seen over the past year. losing a little bit of steam today. traders are talking about the fact that hold it down on a date after yesterday hitting a ten on high. there is concern about asian demand. silver prices, by the way, are also lower. a report that showed imports by gold by the largest buyer in the world which is by no surprise india. it fell 56% in the second quarter of this year. standard bank actuall
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